FivePoint’s Emile Haddad named chairman of USC Lusk Center

Related's Bill Witte will serve as vice-chair

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jun.June 01, 2017 08:30 AM
From left: Stan Ross, Emile Haddad and Bill Witte (Credit: Lusk Center)

Emile Haddad, CEO of FivePoint Holdings, has been named chairman of USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate. Bill Witte, the CEO of Related California, has been named vice-chair.

The appointments come as the longtime head of the center, Chairman Stan Ross, announces his retirement. Ross has headed Lusk since 1999, when he stepped down as vice chairman of E&Y Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group.

Both Haddad and Witte previously served on Lusk’s advisory board and will begin their new roles July 1.

Haddad, who recently completed a term as chairman of the board of trustees at UC Irvine, said his goal is to help the center take on a greater role in addressing the industry’s most pressing issues, such as the turmoil currently facing the retail industry.

“I think the world is going through a major transformation,” Haddad told TRD. “I want to be involved in an institution like Lusk to have the resources and research to start digging deep and finding the answers.”


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